No show notes (as we had no actual show notes). Video releases, and we just kind of winged it the rest of the time! We do talk about the new iPad 5G, beer, a bit about Midwest FurFest, but mostly random stuff.
Assholes topple and ancient rock formation in Utah and then post it on the Internet, Kohl’s has Sharknado shirts for women, Banksy has an unannounced art sale in New York City and sells almost nothing, Minnesota Zoo Monorail decommissioned, and more!
Several Doctor Who episodes recovered, letting the BBC release two Patrick Troughton stories for the first time since they were first aired! Plus Melissa’s trip to Fantastic Fest!
Mike and Paul are here to talk about beer and go over some geeky news over the past couple weeks. Melissa and Richard are out this week, so it’s a more tech-y and beer-y episode this week!
The Geek Life crew talks about the lastest video releases. Also a new Van Gogh has been confirmed, Egypt detains a stork as a spy, Apple announces a buncha stuff (plastic!), as well as several bits of Microsoft announcements. Amazon.com sneaks in here too.
The Geek Life crew talks about the lastest video releases; Escape From Tomorrow gets distribution. Martin Scorsese is restoring and releasing 15 rare international films. Monster Cereals are back, including Yummy Mummy and Fruit Brute. Ben Affleck as Batman; Peter Capaldi as Doctor Who; Steve Balmer as not CEO of Microsoft.
New episode of The Geek Life, with a look at the mobile market with Black Berry (RIM), Windows Phone (crickets) and Acer throwing in with Android and ChromeOS. The “fatberg”, 24hr Kinect connection … no? And More!
More video releases; XBox 360 accessories won’t run on XBox One; Seth McFarlane, the world’s biggest wise ass; Sony and Panasonic announced a joint venture; Randall Munroe of xkcd creates the world’s largest cartoon; How to screw up the market, the Microsoft way; Apple is doomed (again, apparently)
Man sues Apple because he can see porn on the internet; The Kremlin goes back to using typewriters; PC sales decline 5 quarters in a row; XBOX One to market to businesses as a meeting room device; Thunderbolt to go the way of Firewire?; and new video releases!
Here you go, our live episode recorded at CONvergence 2013. Enjoy! For the summer we’re going to move to an every-other week schedule for a bit as an experiment. Our next regular recording will be Tuesday, July 16. We’ll be on a live Google+ Hangout starting at 8pm Central Time.
Alright! Let’s see how this works out! Welcome The Geek Life, latest affiliate to The Webcast Beacon Network! With Richard, Paul, Mike, and Melissa, give a listen to the podcast, or watch them as they recorded the episode live on Google Hangouts!